PAGAN THE NIGHT - Vision the First

Blue lights sparkle quaintly amidst the
Glowing dawn
The fire burns as we stand above and
The Horned One looks on
The scales were tipped, Anubis spake
Despite your small complaint
Your protests unheard, your pointless
words
And Ammut smiled and ate
And now above the flames you
Stand
Fear fills your once-proud eyes
“Will you leap?” The Horned One asks
And to the gods’ surprise
You swan-dive off the pinnacle
Into the flames below
You scream and shudder, gasping
In the fire burning bright
But in that blaze, and in that craze
Behold the Eagle’s flight
And then awaken to the dawn
The Horned One smiles on
You as you rise
Leaving streams of ash of burnt-out lies.

END OF VISION ONE

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